Test Your Plagiarism Skills
Test your plagiarism skills is brought to you by Mut Griot Production. Answer a view questions to make sure you understand how to avoid plagiarism when writing your next research paper. Happy learning!
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You use a sentence from a speech you found online. *
You wrote that Barack Obama was the 1st African American President of the United States. *
You are not sure whether you should cite a source or not?
You change a lot of the wording of a paragraph from an article.
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Copying and pasting from the internet can be done without citing the source, because everything on the internet is common knowledge and freely available.
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Purchasing a paper or asking another to write a paper for you is a form of plagiarism.
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Using a paper you wrote for another class is self-plagiarism.
You only have to cite sources that you use in written papers not PowerPoint slides, images, speeches, etc.
You don not have to cite images, music clips or videos used in your presentation.
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